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Melanie Novis -- Corporate Speech Consultants

Melanie Novis -- Corporate Speech Consultants

19 Madison Ave.
Toronto, ON M5R 2S2

Melanie Novis, president of Corporate Speech Consultants, author of Canadian Public Speaking and award-winning instructor at the University of Toronto, is an international professional speech and communication coach who specializes in assisting executives and professionals to develop a competitive business edge by becoming confident, effective speakers and leaders.
Clients include Fortune 500 companies, financial institutions, professional organizations, government and entrepreneurs.
Melanie trained all the speakers from VANOC, organizers of the Winter Olympics.

Customized programs and seminars include:

·Professional Presentation and Communication Skills
·Executive Coaching
·Effective Management Communication
·The Business Pitch
·Media Interviews
·Leadership Presence


Melanie Novis, President
Phone: (416) 483-5866

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